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Rights of Way: A Guide to Law and Practice 4th edition ‘Blue Book’

by John Riddall and John Trevelyan. Available to buy online for £29.95 plus P&P from Cordee Ltd
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  • Getting Greens Registered

    Getting Greens Registered

    A guide to law and procedure for town and village greens by John Riddall
    Third edition, Revised February 2014, updated December 2014, amended March 2017
    ISBN 978-0-946574-23-0
    Copyright: Open Spaces Society
    (Please note that this product is available to download only)

  • Our Common Land

    Our Common Land

    the law and history of common land and village greens

    By Paul Clayden. Sixth edition, published January 2007. ISBN 978-0-946574-21-6

  • Village greens, Saving Open Spaces, Common Land

    Buy all 3 books and save £5 on cover price

  • Village Greens

    In this profusely-illustrated guide, Graham Bathe looks at the origin, history, diversity and wildlife of greens, their role during celebrations and periods of unrest, and their ongoing importance today.

  • Saving Open Spaces

    Saving Open Spaces

    Kate Ashbrook tells the story of the Open Spaces Society’s 150-year struggle for commons, greens, open spaces and paths

  • Common Land

    Common Land

    Graham Bathe explores the rich heritage of commons, the opportunities they provide for enjoying wildlife, archaeology and recreational access, and their links to folklore and literature.

  • Open Space Spring 2017

    The current edition of our Open Space magazine.

  • Open Space Autumn 2016

  • Open Space Summer 2016

  • Open Space Spring 2016

  • Open Space Autumn 2015

  • Open Space Summer 2015

    Open Space Summer 2015